After all the busyness during the school year, finally I have time to blog. Too much happened, but too little time to blog. Well anyway, here I am now! Yahoo!
Before the final quarter exams of my homeschooler, we went to Japan for seven days vacation. It was a planned vacation which we bought a plane ticket for seven months in advance. Thanks Cebu Pacific for the cheap fare, we got our return plane ticket for only 5,000Php each. How cool was that?
When I was eight years old, we moved to Samar for good. We lived in a rural place where there is no electricity and there is no way you can go to the town except to pass on the rutty road. Life is hard there, especially I used to live in comfort in the city.
School life also was hard. I was in grade three at the time I transferred school. There is a primary school in our baranggay, but when you are in the next level, you are forced to go to the next baranggay or town to attend school. It was hard to think that you are only grade four, walking on the rutty road (think about rainy days), carrying your bag that’s full of books and notebooks, a whole day at the school and I did those every day without skipping my classes. But what I am about to tell you is my story during the first year in a rural school. My story that inspired me to dream that one day I’ll make a library so that the students in a rural place will have an access to the free books which will help them learn.
We are all excited for this day, well my daughter and I to be exact. We are ecstatic to this event because this is a wonderful way of celebrating Halloween. This our first time to attend an event like this.
The preschoolers dressed up as angels while the elementary dressed up as saints.
How time flies, it’s already October! I love doing month’s favorite post because I can write a recap of our favorite activities which I always failed to share. Okay, without further ado, here are our favorites.